Happy Solid Orange Friday, Tiger Family! Here is this morning’s Clemson Tigers News.
Clemson Women’s Soccer 4, Furman 1: The Tigers remain undefeated with a home victory against the Paladins.
Clemson tallied all four of their goals in the first half. Coach Eddie Radwanski was pleased:
“We got off to a great start scoring four goals, some of them were really spectacular. You can’t take winning for granted, winning is hard, you have to pursue it. We played very well, we got the result, beat a good team so now we will get ready and fired up for Sunday’s game.”
Megan Bornkamp and Mackenzie Duff both scored on headers, while Tatum Short and Hal Hershfelt scored with great strikes.
Nineteen different Tigers took the field Thursday night. The Tigers host Western Carolina on Sunday.
Clemson Volleyball vs Western Carolina: 5:00 PM in Jervey Gym
Clemson Men’s Soccer vs South Carolina: 7:00 PM at Historic Riggs Field
Will Shipley shares insights on changes in offensive leadership
Many Clemson Football coaches and players have met with the media over the past few days, with Will Shipley taking a turn on Thursday. He shared this bit of insight on changes to the offense this season:
I found this to be an interesting tidbit. Reflecting on past coordinators, Chad Morris always coached from the field, but he had Tony Elliott on his staff in the press box. When Elliott and Jeff Scott took over, Elliott stayed in the box and Scott worked from the field. In 2021, Brandon Streeter was Elliott’s main guy on the sidelines, but Streeter moved to the press box when he became the play caller in 2022.
One thing to look for on Monday night is to see who Clemson has in the box communicating with Riley, be it Kyle Richardson or one of the other coaches.
Clemson Kearse is back
Clemson Football alum Jayron Kearse has decided to throw things back to his days as a Tiger and change to the No.1 jersey for the Dallas Cowboys.
Recent changes to the rules on how numbers are applied in the NFL by position have made it possible for Kearse to make the change back to the number he wore in college.